We all have our favorite Stan Lee stories, even The Man himself. See how many of Stan's picks match up with yours!
White Male Nerd #349860. Been reading comics since before I could read and studying and writing them for half as long. I work on the production side of a variety of titles for Seven Seas Entertainment and hope to be a librarian one day.
Articles by Tom Speelman
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